Kodak Ektachrome EPP (35mm, 100 iso) user-review

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Hard to get slide film with a wonderful touch of blue and green when cross processed. It is great for daylight but also produces wonderful pictures in low light situations.

Hard to get slide film with a wonderful touch of blue and green when cross processed. It is great for daylight but also produces wonderful pictures in low light situations.

My first use of Ektachrome was during a phototour with friends. The weather was grey, the sun shone only a few minutes. I used the film in my LCA and wondered whether 100 iso was enough for this grey day. A friend told me that the Ektachrome produces similiar colours like the Agfa CT Precisa and so it was. After scanning my pictures I was amazed at the colours! They were so bright! The whole film looked as if I had shot it in wonderful sunny weather.

Indoors it produced a wonderful green and outdours a pastel-like tone with a touch of blue. It is not so colourful like Velvia and I would use this film to give my pictures that extra bit of colours

written by graefin on 2008-08-05 in #reviews #x-pro #kodak #epp #120

4 Comments

  1. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    will we have the chance to add shots?

  2. maxpinckers
    maxpinckers ·

    EPP is the best x-pro film in history

  3. magicpocket
    magicpocket ·

    I managed to get a bulk roll of EPP expired for next to nothing, such a superb bit of luck

  4. kperfetto
    kperfetto ·

    One of my favorite films to xpro, along with the now defunct EPN. Hardly ever use it, though, due to the price.

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